USA

On July 1, 1847, the United States became the fourth nation to issue adhesive postage stamps for the prepayment of mail. The earliest US post office stamps were imperforate and had to be cut apart with scissors. Since 1847, we've seen the introduction of perforations, advances in printing methods and mail delivery, and the growth of the 29 to 50 American states. This collection of US stamps embodies the nation's culture and history.
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  1. #5311 - ($1.15) Poinsettia
    mint
    $3.75
  2. #1240 - 5¢ Christmas
    mint
    $0.60
    used
    $0.20
  3. #1254 - 5¢ Holly
    mint
    $0.75
    used
    $0.20
  4. #1255 - 5¢ Mistletoe
    mint
    $0.75
    used
    $0.20
  5. #1205 - 4¢ Christmas - 1st U.S. Christmas stamp
    mint
    $0.40
    used
    $0.20
  6. #1276 - 5¢ Christmas Angel
    mint
    $0.40
    used
    $0.20
  7. #4814 - ($1.10) Wreath - global forever
    mint
    $4.00
  8. #4477 - 44¢ Angel with Lute
    mint
    $1.70
  9. #1257 - 5¢ Conifer
    mint
    $0.75
    used
    $0.20
  10. #4937S- (49¢) Winter Fun - Set of 4
    mint
    $7.50
  11. #4821 - (46¢) Poinsettia - ATM small size
    mint
    $1.75
  12. #4478S- (44¢) Evergreens - Set of 4
    mint
    $6.50
  13. #4424 - 44¢ Madonna & Child - Sassoferrato
    mint
    $1.70
  14. #4945 - (49¢) Christmas Magi
    mint
    $1.90
  15. #4425S- 44¢ Christmas - Set of 4 booklet
    mint
    $8.00
  16. #4206 - 41¢ Madonna and Child - Luini
    mint
    $1.60